ABS Surpasses 200 Million Gross Tons

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Thursday, July 11, 2013

ABS announced that its registered fleet has surpassed 200 million gross tons. Approximately 12,000 vessels representing 105 flag States currently are registered with ABS.

"This important milestone reflects our commitment to providing best-in-class service to the marine and offshore industries," said ABS Chairman and CEO Christopher J. Wiernicki. "Over the past decade, we have made strategic investments in research and technology, workforce development and training programs in order to meet the evolving needs of our client's worldwide."

Since 2000, ABS has doubled the tonnage of its registered fleet; a key factor in the expansion has been the society's leadership position in the new vessel orderbook. More than 21% of new vessels on order are set for ABS class, which is the largest percentage of any classification society in the world.

Throughout its 150 years of service, ABS has been a mission-driven organization focused on promoting the security of life and property and protecting the natural environment. Today ABS carries out this mission through key research and technology projects helping to identify practical solutions to the many challenges being faced by the marine and offshore industry. Whether assessing the impact of regulatory requirements or conducting analysis to improve energy efficiency, ABS' team of world-class professionals provide tailored services to meet the unique circumstances of each client.

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